Following Week 12 of the school soccer season, the School Soccer Playoff rankings have been launched Tuesday night time.
There was no shake-up within the prime 4, as Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan and TCU stay the highest groups in soccer.
However there was some change inside the highest 10 and never everyone seems to be happy with the order.
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Tennessee dropped from No. 5 to No. 10 after permitting 63 factors to an unranked South Carolina group. LSU moved up one spot to No. 5 whereas USC is available in at No. 6 after beating No. 16 UCLA on the street on Saturday.
Alabama, Clemson and Oregon are ranked Nos. 7-9.
The order exterior the highest 4 appeared to irk ESPN analyst and Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III, who mentioned there’s a bias for faculties from the Southeastern Convention.
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“The Committee actually displaying that SEC bias with 9-2 LSU over 10-1 USC and 9-2 Alabama forward of 10-1 Clemson,” Griffin posted to Twitter.
With LSU coming in at No. 5, the SEC now has a authentic shot of getting two groups into the School Soccer Playoff ought to the Tigers run the desk and beat Georgia within the SEC Championship Recreation.
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A loss towards Georgia would knock LSU out of the CFP.
The Trojans face No. 15 Notre Dame to shut out the common season and No. 9 Oregon within the Pac-12 Championship Recreation if the Geese can beat No. 21 Oregon State on Saturday.
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For Clemson, a rivalry recreation towards still-unranked South Carolina and the ACC Championship Recreation continues to be on the books.
The Tigers will face No. 17 North Carolina in Charlotte and will leapfrog Alabama with a win and a document of 12-1.